Shane Donen is a business consultant, an entrepreneur, a tireless coach and sports administrator in the Community of South Surrey, British Columbia. He is the co-founder and president of Seaside Volleyball Club, circa 2003, one of the largest boys and girls volleyball clubs in the province. He is an active member of the Regional Development Committee for Volleyball BC and a founding member of the Host Committee responsible for bringing the Women’s National Volleyball Team Training Centre to Richmond, BC and the Richmond Olympic Oval. In 2009 he coached the Canadian National Women’s Volleyball Team that took bronze at the Maccabiah Games, the World Jewish Olympics held every four years in Tel Aviv, Israel. He has coached club and high school at all levels, both boys and girls for over twenty years. Shane is a mentor for Canadian families of athletes who want to move on to play post-secondary varsity sports through his company, Pursuit Mentorship Services. He is a certified Level 2 volleyball coach, working on his Level 3 certification. Shane, and his wife of thirty-five years, Maryanne have three children, Kyle, Jillian and Mallory. All three children are also actively involved in coaching and playing the sport of volleyball. The four of them are his beacon of light, the ultimate joys of his life in this wonderful sport-minded family.